Interactive Learning Means in Higher Education for Physical Education and Sport

Vladimir Potop, Victor Manolachi, Aibol Kulbaev


The paper presents the interactive means of learning within a higher education institution of physical education and sport after a pandemic. The research group included the second-year students, in the degree program of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport within the Ecological University of Bucharest (EUB). Taking into account the measures adopted by the National Council for Special Emergency Situations, regarding the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) infection, and by the EUB Board of Directors as well, it was decided to suspend all face-to-face didactic activities and any other activities involving people agglomerations; the didactic activities will be conducted online, on the university dedicated platform, and the administrative, research and individual study activities will be continued. The research used the bibliographic study method, the questionnaire method, the conversation, the case study method, the interactive means of teaching online classes by means of zoom platform, electronic library of the faculty, YouTube web site, Google forms, WhatsApp and Facebook. The study results highlight the use of the interactive means in teaching courses online. The study focused on the practical experimentation of the questionnaire use by capitalizing on the knowledge, by expressing the motivation of the subject, the tools used and the way of completing the questionnaire. The teaching of courses online through interactive means aimed at transmitting the general theoretical knowledge and important practical-methodical examples. The online classes used the conversation with students, creating situations of collaboration and cooperation, analysis and comparison of the competitive activity and school curriculum.


Questionnaire; methods of research; pandemic; teaching online; didactic platform

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